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Slapback Analog Bass

Slapback Analog Bass

Welcome to the Slapback Analog Bass

People usually recommend that you do NOT put delay on a bassline, because it makes the low end muddy.

But this instrument breaks the rules and uses Delay to generate a kaleidoscopic trail of filtered echoes that you can tweak and play with.

The reason it works is that Delay makes your bassline sound faster, like an Arpeggiator does...

...but you have to apply it the right way.

Learn how in this hands-on Session Lesson that takes you through a sound design tutorial with Ableton's Analog synth.

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What You Will Learn

By the end of this lesson you'll have a deeper understanding of how to use Delay for creative sound design.

You'll have a new technique for adding rhythm to a bassline,

and you'll pick up a few more tricks for creating buildups and climaxes in your tracks.

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This lesson makes it easy because you don't get lost in the Analog instrument parameters.  Everything is mapped to easy macro knobs where you learn by USING them inside Live.

You'll learn exactly how to use these controls to customize your sound and make your own original basslines that people have never heard before.

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Learn By Doing It

This is a completely new kind of tutorial follow a guided lesson right inside Ableton.

It's much better than watching a video because you get to actively play with the sounds... instead of trying to keep two windows open at the same time.

That means you learn by DOING IT, not watching somebody else.

Here's what you see inside Live when you open it up.

1welcome

There's an introduction section where you hear the instrument for the first time.

2delay

We go deep into Delay for beatmatching echoes, and we explore what you can do with millisecond delay timing.

3LPF

You'll learn about using Filters for creative expression, which leads to making buildups in your Arrangement.

Better skills, better track flow, happy audience.  Do it.

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For technical mix tips we use Compression to get the best out of this sound, with a technique you can apply in many other situations while mixing.

You'll be learning lifetime production skills that grow out of this one instrument.

5review

At the end we do a review to solidify what you learned.

This is an organized, structured lesson to help you become a better producer, with practical activities that you will remember.

It's the best way to learn because you learn by DOING IT, instead of watching videos.

Grab this lesson and start now.

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BONUS PRESET PACK

Along with the hands-on Session Lesson, you also get a pack of Presets to show you how far this sound can go.

Use these to spark ideas for new music, explore sound design options, and see what happens when you go as far as you can with a sound.

Remember, this is more than just an instrument... you're learning sound design principles and mix techniques that you'll be able to use on all your projects, forever.

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Satisfaction Guaranteed

If you're not completely happy with this Session Lesson™, contact me within 24 hours of purchase to request a refund. 

Contact Info: steve@mixitecture.com

I will either help you get it working or give you your money back.

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  • One interactive Session Lesson™
  • Preset Pack of variations on the sound
  • Complete Installation Instructions
  • 24-7 access to lesson materials on this site
  • Track Feedback in the Mixitecture Facebook group
  • Email support for any questions: steve@mixitecture.com

Ready to unravel the Analog instrument and make some psychedelic basslines?

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